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Switch eShop does not lack shooting options, although Ratalaika Games and developer Petite Games provide another piece of retro-style action Super Destroyer DX-2, Arrived on July 2nd, priced at 4.99 US dollars/4.99 euros.
Just like the original work fighting against competitors in our review, this relies heavily on the aesthetics and gameplay of the space invader era. It lacks an online leaderboard — perhaps understandable at a budget price point — but promises 30 challenges and 5 different arcade modes.
As a low-priced Pew fun, it can be tempting; if you are considering picking up this weekend, please let us know.
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